Aims and Scope


The Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services (IJISS) aims to publish high-quality research articles, review articles, case studies, and short communications that advance the field of Library and Information Science. The journal provides a platform for researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to share their findings and insights, fostering academic and professional discourse.


The scope of IJISS includes a wide range of topics within Library and Information Science, such as:

Library Management: Innovations and research in library administration and management.

Information Systems & Services: Studies on the design, implementation, and evaluation of information systems and services.

Information Processing & Retrieval: Advances in information processing and retrieval techniques and technologies.

Information Sources & Services: Exploration of various information sources and the services provided to access them.

Community Information Systems: Development and impact of information systems for community needs.

Scientometrics & Informetrics: Analysis and metrics related to scientific information dissemination and impact.

Information Resource Theory (IR Theory): Theoretical frameworks for understanding information resources.

Knowledge Organization: Methods and systems for organizing knowledge and information.

Classification, Preservation & Conservation: Techniques for classifying, preserving, and conserving information resources.

Digital Libraries: Research on the creation, management, and utilization of digital libraries.

Bibliographic Control: Standards and practices for bibliographic management.

IJISS is committed to maintaining scholarly excellence through a rigorous peer-review process and encourages global contributions to enhance the understanding and development of Library and Information Science